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Theresa Hammerquist, CNP, Joins Martin Community Health Center

Jul 12, 2018 | Blog

Hammerquist, Theresa

(Martin, SD) – Horizon Health Care, Inc. (Horizon) is pleased to introduce Theresa Hammerquist, CNP, as the newest medical provider at Martin Community Health Center. Theresa joins providers Dr. Tony Berg, MD, Margaret Lee, PA-C, and Nancy Webb, CNP, to provide primary care medical services to the Martin community.

Hammerquist attended University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Spanish. She later went on to attend South Dakota State University, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. In 2017, she graduated from Georgetown University with a Master’s of Science in Nursing.

“I chose to earn my advanced degree in nursing to learn more and to provide care to those in rural settings. I believe in the team approach where patient and provider work as a team to guide prevention and care with the ultimate goal for healthier living,” said Theresa Hammerquist, CNP, who is currently available for appointments at Martin Community Health Center.

Hammerquist, who is originally from Rapid City, SD, enjoys cooking and having company at the dinner table. In her spare time she also enjoys hiking and kayaking with her family.

For over 40 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 105,000 patient visits annually in 32 community health centers in: Aberdeen, Alcester, Bison, Bryant, De Smet, Eagle Butte, Elk Point, Faith, Fort Thompson, Howard, Huron, Isabel, La Plant, Lake Preston, Martin, McIntosh, Mission, Plankinton, Wessington Springs, White River, Woonsocket, and Yankton. For more information please visit

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